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The Stone Church of Willow Glen

Welcome! The Stone Church of Willow Glen is a vibrant, inclusive, progressive spiritual community. All individuals and families are welcome to join us for worship, music, and fellowship. 1937 Lincoln Avenue . San Jose, CA 95125 . (408) 269-1593 . www.stonechurch.org



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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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In his last sermon in his series on King David, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry speaks on the last words of David, 2 Samuel 23:1-7. Henry asks, how does someone get to be a leader, a king? Although David had his flaws, why is David considered the greatest king in Israel's History? Henry also asks what are our last words. Liturgist Chris Nilson reads Revelation 1:4b-8, and John 18:33-37.
Topics: PCUSA, presbyterian, christianity, Ken Henry, Caryl Westerberg, 2 Samuel, King David, Last Words,...
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Marge Palmer
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Rev. Marge Palmer preaches on Mark 8:27-38. Reflecting on our roles as Christians in a post-Christian society. As liturgist, Fred Oliver reads Proverbs 1:20-33, and Psalm 19.
Topics: PCUSA, Christianity, Mark 8, Presbyterian, Rev. Marge Palmer, Stone Church
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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In Mark 8:27-38 Jesus asks "Who do you say I am?" Rev. Dr. Ken Henry reflects on this by asking "What do we say about the Church?", "What is Stone Church about?", and "How do others see us?" Liturgist Alice Bailey reads from Psalm 19:1-14 and Mark 8:27-38.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PCUSA, San Jose, Presbyterian, San Jose
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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At the Beginning of Day is a recording that gently coaches the listener to begin the dayâs activities with a calm spirit. Before work, before the kids get up, before addressing those pressing demands on our âto-do lists,â this recording challenges us to find perspective and clarity as the morning dawns.
Topic: meditation
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Fred Bock and John Greenleaf Whittier
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The choir at the Stone Church of Willow Glen performs "The Tree of Peace" for the Sunday service.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PCUSA, San Jose, Presbyterian, San Jose
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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When Jonah was called by God, Jonah did exactly opposite of what he had been asked to do. Rev. Dr. Ken Henry asks us to ponder "God is calling me to ____________" and encourages us to put ourselves out there, to follow that call. Liturgist Carol Campbell reads from Mark 1:14-20.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PCUSA, San Jose, Presbyterian, San Jose
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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In the first part of a three part series on King David, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry uses the king of entertainment, Michael Jackson, as a comparison to King David. Both are incredibly talented; both have sketchy personal lives. Speaking on 2 Samuel 6, where King David dances with all his might before the ark of the covenant, Rev. Henry encourages us to dance, even in the face of criticism and danger. Liturgist Judy West speaks from Mark 6.
Topics: 2 Samuel 6, Ken Henry, Caryl Westerberg, Dancing, King David, pcusa, presbyterian, Stone Church,...
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by John Lennon
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Performed by the Children's Choir at the Stone Church of Willow Glen
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Music
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Kurt Bestor
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The choir at the Stone Church of Willow Glen presents "Prayer of the Children" as the anthem for the Sunday morning service. "If anyone reading this blog knows of a choir or a recording featuring my song, I would love to hear from you. I'm trying to connect the dots where all the places it has been sung. Perhaps this small offering of mine can be a catalyst for peaceful change in a very troubled world. I'm thankful everyday for the still, small place where this song came from. I...
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, San Jose, Christian, Music
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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In his series on the beatitudes, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry examines "Blessed are the Meek." Liturgist Lynn Stutz reads from Isaiah 52:13-53.
Topics: Isaiah 52, Matthew 11, Ken Henry, Stone Chruch, Willow Glen, San Jose, CA, Lynn Stutz, Caryl...
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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Drawing from diverse sources such as Luke 14:25-33, John Mayer's "Something's Missing" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogInSvYfjHw) and even a front page article "Midlife Crisis in the San Jose Mercury news Rev. Dr. Ken Henry illustrates that even with everything we have, something is missing, the purpose for why we are here. People in their 40s and 50s fear loosing assets more than they fear dying. We're living in a time of overload. Do you appreciate the benefits that...
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PCUSA, San Jose, Presbyterian
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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In part 1 of a 4 part sermon series, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry examines how we as Presbyterians connect with marginalized people. Kathryn Stutz reads from Luke 15:1-7, and Acts 8:26-31.
Topics: PCUSA, Presbyterian, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, Christian, Ken Henry, Caryl Westerberg
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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The Chancel Choir at the Stone Church of Willow Glen perform "The Heavens Are Telling" by Franz J Haydn
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Music
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Rev. Jim Bender preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Psalm 98, and Luke 9:18-20. Fred Oliver, liturgist. Mark Bruce, pianist and organist. Peggy Spool, anthem soloist.   
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Caryl Westerberg
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The Lord's Prayer sung and signed by the children of the Stone Church of Willow Glen.
Topics: PCUSA, Stone Church, Music, Prayer, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry, Christian,...
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Rev. Dr. Ken Henry preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen on Mark 4:26-34 and Ezekiel 17:22-24.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church, Willow Glen, Christian
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Drawing from the gospel of John 1 and 3, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry examines God's light in our lives. Liturgist Jody Meacham reads from Isaiah 43, and Luke 3.
Topics: Ken Henry, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, John 1, John 3, Luke 3, Isaiah 43, Caryl Westerberg
Nancy Kromm directs the Chancel Choir of the Stone Church of Willow Glen in singing “I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes to the Hills” by William Steere.  Accompanied by Pam Hood, Interim Organist. 
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Choral Music, William Steere, I Will...
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by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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At the Close of Day is intended to help us wind down and let go. In this second podcast, I attempt to bring closure and, hopefully, insight into how we offer to God those anxieties and worries that keep us awake during the night.
Topics: Meditation, spirituality, christian
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"What you eat is what you are." Rev. Dr. Ken Henry draws from Proverbs 4:10-23 discussing the importance of careful care and feeding of the heart. Liturgist Walter Roach reads Colossians 3:12-17.
Topics: Ken Henry, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Proverbs 4:10-23, Colossians 3:12-17, Presbyterian,...
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Rain comes and droughts do end. Rev. Dr. Ken Henry follows his 6/6 sermon "When the Wadi Runs Dry" with this sermon examining when the prophet Elijah predicts the end of the drought. Liturgist Fred Oliver opens with a reading from 1 Kings 18:41-46.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PCUSA, Presbyterian, San Jose, 1 Kings 18
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In this season of advent, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry asks us to let go of our expectations of an idealized Christmas and let God take central place. Henry also gives his review of the movie "Blind Side." Rev. David McCreath reads Luke 3:1-6.
Topics: Malachi 3, Ken Henry, PCUSA, Presbyterian, Luke 3, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, CA, Caryl...
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Dharwati Blackwood
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âInocuous torture is an oxymoronâ ~Dharwati Blackwood. To mark June torture awareness month, Dharwati Blackwood gives us a brief glimpse of the torture her husband suffered in the hands of the South African Government for his protests during apartheid. Dharwati asks us to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves and to work for the eradication of all torture.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PCUSA, Presbyterian, San Jose
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Drawing from John 4, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry examines situations where people take control of their situation. He encourages us to discover what truly matters and to explore our faith. Liturgist Katherine Webb Calhoon speaks from Exodus 17 and Romans 8.
Topics: Ken Henry, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, John 4, Romans 8, Exodus 17, Caryl Westerberg
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Rev. Dr. Ken Henry  preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Luke 7:1-10, and Psalm 30. Aaron McNelis, Ruling Elder, liturgist.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service
The Stone Church Chancel Choir directed by Nancy Kromm returns after summer vacation. Their anthem is “How Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place” by Johannes Brahms. Mark Bruce, Organist.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Brahms
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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In this Palm Sunday sermon, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry draws from "Pilate's dream" from "Jesus Christ Superstar" where Pilate is conflicted about executing Jesus and Pilate washes his hands of the situation. Rev. Dr. David McCreath reads Luke 19:28-38.
Topics: Luke 28, Matthew 27, Palm Sunday, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, Ken Henry, Caryl Westerberg
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by adapt. Amanda Quist
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The Stone Church Chancel Choir directed by Ricky Rasura, Substitute Director, sings "Down to the River to Pray" adapted by Amanda Quist.
Topics: PC(USA), Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, Church Service, Music, Presbyterian, Christian,...
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Croft, William, attr.
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Sung by Stone Church Chancel Choir directed by Ricky Rasura, Substitute Director; Mark Bruce accompanist.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Music
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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As their last appearance before the summer break, the Chancel Choir of the Stone Church of Willow Glen performs Mozart's "Coronation Mass" with Nancy Kromm directing. Kristi Van Nostran, Mission Partner in El Salvador, delivers "A Missionary Moment." Please note: due to technical difficulties this recording ends prematurely.
Topics: PC(USA), worship service, Presbyterian, Christian, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose
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Rev. Dr. Ken Henry preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Hebrews 12:18-29, and Isaiah 58:1, 9-14. Heather Henry, Liturgist.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service
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The Rev. Sammie Evans preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen, a communion message from Matthew 24:36-44, and Isaiah 2:1-5. 
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Sermon
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Aimee Moiso
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What does an ox falling into a hole have to do with community? Listen as Rev. Aimee Moiso explains this and gives insight what it takes to have community. Liturgist Fred Oliver reads from Exodus 21:33-34, and Galations 5:19-6:2.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Sermon
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by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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Rev. Dr. Ken Henry encourages us to wake.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Sermon
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by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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Rev. Dr. Ken Henry preaches on James 3:1-12.
Topics: PCUSA, Christianity, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, CA, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry, James 3:1-12
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On this 2nd Sunday after Pentecost, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Revelation 7:9-17, and Psalm 27:1-6.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Nicholas Hurley, Ruling Elder
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Nicholas Hurley, Ruling Elder, preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Jeremiah 33:1-3, and Romans 5:1-5. Joanne Vliet, liturgist
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service
“It's the action, not the fruit of the action, that's important. You have to do the right thing. It may not be in your power, may not be in your time, that there'll be any fruit. But that doesn't mean you stop doing the right thing. You may never know what results come from your action. But if you do nothing, there will be no result.” ― Mahatma Gandhi Rev. Irene Pak Lee preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Jeremiah 17:7-8, and Mark 11:12-14; 20-25. 
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service
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The Rev. Jim Bender preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Romans 12:9-21.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Sermon
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by William W. Reid
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Sung by the congregation at the Stone Church of Willow Glen.
Topics: Hymn, PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, music
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Mark Bruce
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Sung by Stone Church Chancel Choir directed by Nancy Kromm, Director; Mark Bruce accompanist.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Music, Hymn
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by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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What does it mean when tears come? Sometimes when tears come gushing out, we have no idea why. St. Augustine believed that tears indicated a change. As he weeps with Martha and Mary over Lazarus' Jesus realizes that he is alone in his understanding and the path he is to take. Liturgist Cindy Roberts reads from Matthew 21:1-11.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Sermon
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After reading from Acts 17:16-27, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry gives us a taste of the Areopagus in Athens. This is where Paul spoke to the elite intellectuals of Athens who had a hunger for a new God and a new way to believe. Henry turns his focus to the 17 - 30 year old group of people today who are similarly hungry to talk about God. He says it's time for Christian voices to enter into the market place of ideas. Liturgist Meredith Wright reads from Isaiah 40:21-31.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, PCUSA, Christian, Presbyterian
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Ann Rhee Menzie
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In this Gifts of Women Sunday, Rev. Ann Rhee Menzie preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Exodus 2:23-3:7, and Mark 10:35-45.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Youth of Stone Church
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On this Youth Sunday, many of our youth perform and share their thoughts on change to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Luke 5:1-11, and Ecclesiastes 3:1-14.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Randy Edwards
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Sung by  Stone Church Chancel Choir directed by Ricky Rasura, Substitute Director. 
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Choral Music, Music
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The Rev. Sammie Evans preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Genesis 9:8-17, Mark 1:9-15 and Mark 1:40-41.  This begins a sermon series on The Great Ends of the Church. Today’s is The Proclamation of the Gospel for the Salvation of Humankind. Sharon LeClaire, Liturgist. Mark Bruce, Organist. Stone Church Chancel Choir directed by Ricky Rasura, Substitute Director.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Irene Pak Lee
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Rev. Irene Pak Lee  guides a panel of Stone Church members talking about how racism has affected their life experience. Our panel includes Nina Mundi, Diana Lim, Dawn Predium, Hilda Salazar, and Leland Wong. This discussion is based on the DisGRACE - Seeking God's Grace Amid the Disgrace of Racism conference held at the PC(USA) Conference Center in Montreat, NC last October. Second of three workshops.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service, Disgrace Conference
The Rev. Irene Pak Lee preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Jeremiah 29:1, 4-7, 11-14, and Luke 10:25-37 about the nuanced parable of the Good Shepherd.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Sermon
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Rev. Irene Pak preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Isaiah 60:1-9, and John 1: 1-18. Fred Oliver, Liturgist.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service
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Rev. Irene Pak Lee preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Psalm 25:1-10, and Luke 4:1-13. Maureen Chandler, liturgist.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service
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Rev. Dr. Ken Henry preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from John 5:1-9, and Revelation 21:10, 22-22:5. Liturgist: Derk Johnson, Ruling Elder.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Caryl Westerberg
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The Lord's Prayer sung and signed by the children of the Stone Church of Willow Glen
Topics: PCUSA, Christianity, Prayer, Presbyterian, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Mark Hayes
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Sung by Stone Church Chancel Choir directed by Ricky Rasura, Substitute Director; Mark Bruce accompanist.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Music
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"How many angels dance on the head of a pin?" Rev. Dr. Ken Henry asks, and more importantly, "What difference is the Church making in the world?" Henry goes on to say that Jesus did not come to save angels, he came to be with us: Here, now, fully us, fully human, fully God. God calls us to ministry here on earth.
Topics: PC(USA), Stone Church, Willow Glen, Presbyterian, Christian, San Jose, California
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by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry, Patrick McDaid, Caryl Westerberg
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Where does our water come from? Where does it go? Join Rev. Dr. Ken Henry as he explores the journey our water takes through the Santa Clara Valley and the significance this water holds in our lives. The story begins in the Santa Cruz mountains, passes through dams and fish ladders, through downtown San Jose and the pollution control plant and ends in the San Francisco Bay.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, Christian, Presbyterian, PC(USA)
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Rev. Jim Bender preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Psalm 95:1-7, and Selections of John 4. Alice Bailey, Ruling Elder, liturgist. Mark Bruce, Organist. Choral anthems by Stone Church Chancel Choir Directed by Nancy Kromm.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Mark Bruce
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Sung by Stone Church Chancel Choir directed by Nancy Kromm, Director; Mark Bruce accompanist.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Music, Hymn
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The Rev. Irene Pak Lee preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from 2 Corinthians 4:13-5:1, and Genesis 3:1-13.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Sermon
Sharon LeClaire, M.Div., MATS preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from John 14:25-27, and Romans 8:22-27.  
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Sermon
Stone Church Chancel Choir directed by Nancy Kromm, sings “How Lovely are the Messengers” by Felix Mendelssohn. Pamela Hood, Guest Musician.
Topics: PC(USA), Music, Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Choral Music, Mendelssohn
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by Rev. Irene Pak Lee
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Rev. Irene Pak Lee preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Psalm 103:1-8, and Luke 13:10-17. 
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service
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For this consecration Sunday, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry starts with Acts 16:16-34 where Paul and Silas are imprisoned for helping a slave posessed with a spirit. Henry asks "Where does God fit in my real life?" The Guacamole players join Henry and perform their final skit from the Stone Church Refectory. Henry also reads from Luke 21:1-4. In his sermon Henry refers to the Colin Hay "Waiting for my real life to begin." Listen to his song at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4tcRlHY-3Q
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PCUSA, San Jose, Presbyterian, San JOse
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by John Newton
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Sung by the congregation at the Stone Church of Willow Glen; Mark Bruce accompanist.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Music, Hymn
The Stone Church Chancel Choir directed by Nancy Kromm sings “Balm in Gilead”   by William Dawson (1899-1990).  Pam Hood, Pianist. The soloist is Cherie Uyanik, Soprano, a sophomore at Notre Dame High School and voice student of Nancy Kromm.
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The Rev. Sammie Evans preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Micah 6:1-8, 1 Corinthians 13 and Matthew 5:1-12 about the message of the Beatitudes for us in our troubled times.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Sermon
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Following her message to the children, the Rev. Sammie Evans preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Psalm 67, and Revelation 21:10, 22-22:5.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Sermon
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The rainbow flag waves outside of the Stone Church of Willow Glen as we listen to Rev. Dr. Ken Henry on his guitar as he sings Stephen Iverson's "Peace, Be Still."  Enjoy.
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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For this September 11, 2011 Rev. Dr. Ken Henry examines the role of forgiveness in the wake of September 11. As some communities strive to forgive and some refuse to forgive, Henry refers to Matthew 18, where Jesus, when asked how many times you should forgive, replies seventy-seven
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Rev. Dr. Ken Henry preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Lamentations 3:1-9, 19-24, and John 20:1-18.
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In the wake of the Japanese earthquake, tsunami, and impending nuclear disaster, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry asks us to raise up the people of Japan and step up when called upon. He asks us to find the higher ground that brings compassion and stand with the folks who need to be alleviated from their suffering. Liturgist Katherine Webb Calhoon reads from Matthew 4:1-11.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Sermon
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by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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In Gal. 3:23-29 When Paul addressed the church in Galatia, he addressed the possibility of some followers of Christ treating other followers of Christ as second class Christians. In his sermon, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry reflects on this and "Prayer of the Children" by Kurt Bestor. Looking at the results of the recent election, Henry asks, "Do our polarized stands get in the way of our cooperating. Are we too divided to work on things that really matter?" Rev. Marge Palmer reads...
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, San Jose, Christian
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In this second in a series of services celebrating music, the Rev. Dr. Ken Henry explores gospel music. Drawing from gospel greats such as Mahalia Jackson (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRVzOV5ZaLs&feature=related), Henry says that the message of gospel music is there is always tomorrow. In times of trial, and you ask "How did I get over?" Henry answers that God is with you every step of the way.
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2 Samuel 11 provides the story of King David and Bathsheba. Rev. Dr. Ken Henry uses this story and similar stories of people in power and their stories of failure to consider how to respond to such events. As Jesus says, we should forgive not seven, but seventy times seventy times. Liturgist Lizanne Oliver reads from 2 Samuel 11:1-17.
Topics: PCUSA, presbyterian, christianity, Ken Henry, Caryl Westerberg, 2 Samuel, King David, Bathsheba,...
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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Rev. Jim Bender preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Psalm 98, and Luke 9:18-20. Fred Oliver, liturgist. Mark Bruce, pianist and organist. Peggy Spool, anthem soloist.   
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service